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We have all these tools andtechnologies at our disposal yet ourability to make sense of it all is still in itsinfancy.How can I put things out of socialnetworks? does Google maps tell mewhich is the most beautiful route?
What are they asking for? Access Blackboard, printing and photocopying, access to electronic library resources These are the services with average levels of satisfaction. 58% rated Blackboard either excellent or good, 48% rated printing and photocopying satisfactory or poor. There has been a dip in the satisfaction ratings for electronic library resources, with only 61% of responses rating it excellent or good compared to nearly 80% in 2009. p6 of surveyCollaboration Spaces Discovery Social *
Why ask why?• "Why?" is the most important question, not asked nearly enough. Hint: "Because I said so," is not a valid answer.Why does it work this way?• Why is that our goal?• Why did you say no?• Why are we treating people differently?• Why is this our policy?• Why dont we enter this market?• Why did you change your mind?• Why are we having this meeting?• Why not?• http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2012/05/why-ask-why.html
Communication - how can i help via skype,gather insightsSupport - demonstrate and illustrate viascreencasts, FAQsDiscovery - digital tours in multiple languages,rare works, common works,Content - audio, video collections, opencollections?
...we need to rethink the stories we tell about socio- technical change and the future of education. We need to reclaim the right of educators, students and communities to challenge the orthodox future we are being sold, and to imagine and build viable alternatives. Only by rewriting the stories we tell ourselves about the relationship between education, technology and social change we ensure that schools are really equipped to prepare all of their students for the future. - Keri Facer, "Learning Futures"